The BMC’s AGM, held over the weekend, saw Bob Pettigrew’s motion of No Confidence defeated.
The world’s best boulderers and speed climbers rolled into Chongqing, China over the weekend for the latest IFSC event of the season.
Two teams have been honoured with awards in the 2017 Piolet d’Or; Nick Bullock and Paul Ramsden from the UK and Dmitry Golovchenko, Dmitry Grigoriev & Sergey Nilov from Russia.
In a dramatic u-turn, the IFSC have admitted today that the recently announced pay-to-view deal was a mistake and pledge that live-streaming of future IFSC events will remain free of charge.
The avid north-east developer and larger-than-life character, Franco Cookson, has climbed one of the last great problems in the North East to give Nothing Lasts (H10,7a) at Sandy Crag, Northumberland.
Amidst the pay-to-view controversy which exploded ahead of the opening round of the IFSC Bouldering World Cup at Meiringen, Shauna Coxsey and Kokoro Fujii took gold over the weekend.
Two days prior to the start of the 2017 World Cup in Meiringen the IFSC announced yesterday that livestreaming for the 2017 events will be available by subscription-only viewing.
In an exciting and innovative step-forward Montane has taken a leap into the future by announcing a new speedy drone-delivery service for its outdoor clothing and accessories.
In an on-line report published yesterday it appears that Michele Caminati has taken a ground-fall off Elder Statesman (E7 7b) at Curbar.
Julia Chanourdie has repeated Ground Zero (F9a) at Tetto di Sarre in the Valle d’Aosta.
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